Again, some women facing various difficulties meet - this time at an Italian language course - and help each other out. Catherine learns to stand up to her cheating husband. Sophie makes peace with her parents and starts on the career she really wanted. Anna loses her rotten boyfriend and gets a better one. She also finds a father and career success with a cookery column. Lucy Diamond is a good go-to when you want a little light happy reading full of believable characters and situations. There’s enough strife and drama to keep you interested and the women mostly get what they need and want. Big grumble about this e-book though: a couple of times whole passages are repeated in odd spots, plus “Shed” in the middle of a sentence when there should have been a full stop followed by “She’d”. Someone’s not doing their homework.
Great story. Loved all the characters. Each character fitted well with each other. Unfortunately on two occasions the text on the kindle had jumbled and previous paragraphs had been inserted which was a bit weird and off putting. However, I love reading Lucy Diamond's books and can't wait to read the next one. Bravo!
I loved this book, I had trouble putting it down. About a random group of people meeting each week for Italian lessons; through events in their own lives finding strength within themselves and one another, and friendship.